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, america the gigantic market not just smart zones, they want to conquer everything. >> they don't want all of our money flowing into their champion companies like samsung and taking them over. that's what it is. >> that's the crown jewel of south korea. stuart: 8 billion dollars of profit in 13 weeks, that's not bad. charles, stay right there, please. football next, alabama beat notre dame in last night's bcs championship bowl to give the crimson tide back, they got their-- i want to get this right, the football championship back, back-to-back champions and however, the most memorable moment from an otherwise lopsided game was this. >> you see that loving lady there, she does-- and miss alabama aj mccarron's girlfriend and right there is bb bonner and-- >> and they owed katherine webb, the girlfriend of the quarterback. he still is talking about her. >> and one guy, miss alabama and mom is on the right, i think at this moment it might be like 150,000, it's just like, you know, that's nonstop. stuart: he wouldn't stop. >> no, he was smithen. okay, now, ms. webb is the reigning miss alabama,
>>> hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. we search the web for the best videos of the day so you don't have to. let's get started, "right this minute." >>> an intense moment when police take on -- >> armed robbers, who were armed with ak-47s coming out of a jewelry store. >> find out what they left behind when they made their getaway, and how it all came to an end. several people are stranded after their ship capsized. >> but the helicopter doesn't have the capacity to rescue all these people. >> but they did have -- >> pretty ingenious solution. >> see how they were able to round help from around the sea. >> that's so awe -- >> a rider speeding down the road 2340e69 notices -- >> something's going on up ahead. >> something that will make you say, "holy koala!" >>> plus, some ladies dress down in some do-do. the story why these models are posing in poo, and alone way trombone. ♪ [ laughter ] >> the latest video -- blowing up the internet. >>> you're looking at cell phone footage outside of a busy shopping center near stockholm, sweden. as this cell phone pans over, you notice somet
maury povich. this is a whole show here. so who won this battle? >> this was the newborn, and i don't care what kind of animal it, you don't take somebody's newborn pup baby, because they're fight you for it. >>> look closely at this high-tension power line in chile. near the very top of this tower there's a man that has climbed that tower. you can see people on the ground looking closely, wondering, what this guy is doing. some people wondering if this guy was suicidal. some people not sure if he some mental issues. he continues to climb around and at one point starts to swing on the tower. he's moving around a lot. treating it like it's a set of monkey bars. >> ah! oh -- ooh -- >> oh, my gosh. i was just about to say, how has he not electrocuted himself? >> terrifying video. there's a yellow air bag on the ground, if you noticed that. there's also some caution tape stretched out around that yellow air bag. i don't know if this was some sormt of plann sort of planned stunt or if that bag was put there by rescue workers trying to save the man. >> but he doesn't land on the air bag.
>> listen to what happened. they asked us -- the folks at "good housekeeping" said why don't you come into our studio labs where we test everything, skin and what not, and we're going to do this segment called seven years younger. >> "good housekeeping" institute. >> they put us in hyperbaric chambers. they took close-up pictures of our face to check for wrinkles. don't say anything. pores. >> >> i prefer you with the hair. >> pores, et cetera. they took photos of us, and then they got inside and looked at our problem with dark spots and wrinkles and pores and everything. >> some of us had those problems. >> don't reveal, because it was the most depressing day. >> for someone. >> i wish that i didn't even go. we're going to do an entire segment describing not, again, with the photo, but describing what happened and how we can correct such problems. i can't believe. i got to tell you. they compare us to people in our own age group. >> that's where it really got ugly. >> with our own skin types. >> i am so in a funk after that. >> i actually think you ended up doing quite well. i'm
calculation or it's not clear? >> i don't remember. there was some analysis looking at comparables. i can't remember the details. if i had ken rich here, we could ask him that question. i honestly don't remember. >> i kind of second commissioner wu's comments to see if this is, you know, economically consistent. they're following the rules which is great. i think it's a good model. we should use this as a test to see are we getting kind of the same value because then there is a potential to get even more land to do land dedication. so, it would be good just to see that kind of -- it's not a terribly difficult calculation. >> yeah, we could do that. i think what's relevant here is that the land dedication, regardless of whether it's economically comfortable in terms of dollars, it was intended to provide more units. and, so, what this does, it relatively triples the amount of affordable units. >> [speaker not understood]. >> [speaker not understood]. [multiple voices] >> more units on lower land cost. >> one thing i do remember, part of the reason and i think mayor's office of housing can
to enact a law for net neutrality is a possibility, but i don't see the house republicans going for it. so that would put it all back up in the air, and we'd be back to square one on net neutrality. >> host: so do you see that coming to congress at some point, or do you see the court actually making a decision? >> guest: well, the court is going to make a decision, and tacked come early this year. and if they uphold the rules, they're going to be safe, and that's going to be the standard now. if they strike them down, then it'll be whether congress is going to try to act to give the fcc explicit authority in this area. as long as the republicans control the house, i don't see that happening. but the other issue is that if the court does strike down the rule, it's even broader than just those regulations in particular because it puts the fcc's power to regulate the internet into question. and that's really the core of the issue here. so not just net neutrality, but any action on the data caps or other similar issues. it's whether the fcc has the power to regulate the main communication serv
the sec back to square one, whether it's a push in congress to enact a law, a possibility that i don't see the house republicans going for. >> host: tuesday the court making a decision and having neutrality on the. >> guest: if they uphold the rule, then they will be safe and i will be the standard now. whether the sec has the power regulate the services of the 21st century. >> host: another guess that we have today is eliza krigman. >> guest: thank you for having me on the show. i would agree with brendan sasso. when you look at regulating the internet, which is of course the most important platform and and communications right now, i think the conventional wisdom is that the court is likely to strike down supporters of the rules aren't comfortable with the fact that the commission does not use the authority under the communications act. another thing to consider about this issue is will google provide the same rule as corporate rabbis, if you will, to guide this issue forward. he was the top issue for them. >> host: there was talk of rewriting the telecom act of the 1990s. what do you th
on his girlfriend and lit her on fire yesterday after they got into an argument. >> i don't know what will happen to her. i don't. >> reporter: starr lamare a mother of three will be in the burn unit for the next 4-5 months. she will need numerous surgeries. >> face. chest. waist up. he tried to kill her. >> reporter: it is not the first time he has been accused of being violent in a relationship. in 2009 he pled guilty to battery charges. a judge ordered him to attend domestic violence counseling. he went to one class and never went back. >> how can you go from arguing to setting someone on fire. >> reporter: she says her sister and dexter oliver had been dating six months. she tried to end the relationship before. >> he will leave a day or two and then come back. >> reporter: now that he is wanted for attempted murder he finally left their home for good. >> we are checking areas he is known to frequent, addresses we have on file. we are asking for the public's help to find him. >> reporter: san francisco police warn that dexter oliver is dangerous, anyone who sees him should call po
stopped breathing. i screamed at him he said, don't die on me. don't die on me. medley survived. he said of the inside of his car there was so much blood it was sloshing. 6-year-old veronica sullivan was found by specialist sergeant gerald he was close to tears i checked for a pulse she was dead no pulse he said. >> what they have on the docket ... >> reporter: her great aunt was in the courtroom and heard it all. >> it was gut wrenching it really was. to think that a 6-year-old child's life was snuffed out. >> reporter: holmes never looked at her or any victims sitting in the courtrooms. >> what do you want done? >> i want him to have a fair trial and i want him convicted and my wish is that he have life in prison and every day he thinks about those victims by having their pictures on the wall. >> reporter: police discovered holmes bought his ticket july 8th, two weeks before the july 20th shooting and they is surveillance video the lobby showing him acting so normally he held the door open for another couple and politely let them in. barry peterson, cbs news, arapahoe county courthouse
'd hate to see the project fail because we don't have enough parts and go nowhere because we can't sell the unit. it doesn't make any sense. >> mr. junius, you're a land use attorney. how many condominiums do you think are for sale now in the city out of the thousands that used to be for sale? a couple hundred? >> i think if you're talking about demand for units, the pine line is pretty slim right now without a doubt. that's with all the cranes are in the air. >> thank you. we're in a transit rich corridor here. it's not only uses. we have a policy. the staff has already split the difference between .5, which is the max allowed and .75. the developer would have to do all of the things that commissioner antonini mentioned anyway just to put money into the community -- excuse me -- eastern neighborhoods fund. granted, he's volunteered to do the community benefit separately, but we're not in control of that. all of the things that he has to meet, affordable housing, he's required to do. so, that would be required of any developer. and that developer would still be facing .5. and, so, given
. >> i don't care if it is the middle of january. we need to get shelter. this is an example to make them understand it. >> reporter: and with the strong storms, too much rain. this morning, more than a dozen states from indiana to new york are either inundated or bracing for floods. one of those cities bracing for floods, flash flood warnings in nashville. you can see it fall from louisville to nashville, the 2 plus but locally 3 in some areas and the rain is behind it. it's not just arctic, it's, gosh, cold. these are actual morning temperatures, so windchills will be even colder. phoenix this morning, right at that freezing mark, and then all the heat, yesterday atlanta broke a 123-year-old record hitting 76. i think a lot of spots, new york today at 55. washington, d.c. at 62. will do that as well. we have fog to talk about coming up in the nation's weather but for now back to dan and bianna. >> all right. thanks, ginger. >>> the latest on the deadly flu epidemic. those who haven't received their flu shot yet could get shut out. the vaccine is in low supply due to high demand, and the
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told me, don't go over there because he's dead and, you know, in a bad way. >> reporter: deputies found lavanion with multiple gunshot wounds and one trying to save his life. >> deputies attempted cpr, but medical personnel pronounced the suspect deceased. >> reporter: he was smart and athletic and believes this was a mistake because he was new to the area. >> i know it happened for nothing, basically somebody just got the wrong thing, got it confused. he's not from out here. >> reporter: the family had a rough year. someone shot into their house. the family tried to transfer out of murin city, but they could not move. the sheriffs say they don't have a suspect description at the time. cbs5. >> muran county is hosting the gun buyback program next week. people from sonoma and san francisco will get $200 for a semiautomatic handgun or long gun. others worth $100. the buyback happens with the mill valley police departments. no questions asked. >>> vice president joe biden meets with video game makers to broaden ideas for curbing gun violence. t
secretary of defense invites conflict because bulllies don't respect weakness. >> reporter: hagel's defenders point to his two purple hearts in vietnam. >> chuck hagel is a tremendous patriot and statesman. served incredibly in vietnam. served this country as a united states senator. he hasn't had a chance to speak for himself. so why all the prejudging i don't know. >> reporter: the senate has only rejected nine cabinet nominees since 1834. the last time that they rejected a nominee from a president was in 1989 with john tower who was also up for secretary of defense, bill. bill: who are the leading contenders now for cia director, jennifer? >> reporter: mike morale, for one, the acting director of. cia is being considered. they are settling on john brennan, the chief counterterrorism advisor to the president. he has been very close to the president the past four years. he is the white house choice to replace david petraeus. brennan will face serious questions about his role in the cia enhanced teartation techniques program, other controversial bush era programs. this is the reas
during the day on wednesday. a few clouds continuing through thursday. we don't expect a lot o of moisture to accompany the frontal system but what moisture does accompany it could produce light scattered showers and maybe even a snow shower or two on thursday as the colder air settles in. but the big change with with the front will not be the chance of precipitation. that is modest. it it will be the drop in temperatures which we will all feel. tomorrow a rise in temperatures. highs will be in the low 60s in the south bay. up to 62 at san jose. low 60s on the peninsula. up to 62 palo alto and mountain view. upper 50s on the coast and pacifica and halfle moon bay and upper 50s in and around san francisco. a high of 59 downtown tomorrow. north bay highs mainly low 60. 61 sonoma. 62 napa. 62 santa rosa. east bay, 62 oakland, fremont and castro valley. inland east ba highs right around or just barely above 60 degrees and near monterey bay mainly mid 60s inland and low 60s near the bay. the accuweather seven-day forecast. temperatures drop on wednesday and there is a slight chance
that -- that certain students cost more to educate than other students is valid. i don't think many people dispute that. it's a matter of how do you implement that? and how do you pay for it? and that's where that rubber hits the road. >> it's kind of hard. it has to be fair across the board, it doesn't matter what student or what income level they're at. >> reporter: even though it would benefit schools in the west contra costa unified school district, charles ramsey believes that the governor's plan will only breed bitterness. >> how is it going to accomplish that? i don't think it's fair to say to other school districts that they should lose their funding to help us. i just don't support that kind of proposal. >> reporter: and if you are wondering to what happened to all that additional sales tax that you just passed for education? it is going to schools but because there were so many cuts in the last five years, this only brings the schools back to where they started so just at zero. i'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> on the higher education front it appears gover
don't respect weakness. >> reporter: his defenders point out that chuck hagel valiantly in vietnam. he received two purple hearts there. knows what war is all about but his critics pipt out that was against the surge in iraq. he called it the biggest foreign policy mistake. he warned it would be the biggest foreign policy mistake since vietnam. obviously the surge turned out differently. he will face tough questions about those positions if he will take the helm at the defense department. general jenna. jenna: all ahead, thank you, jennifer. jon: for more on the controversy surrounding the president's planned picks let's bring in bret stevens, foreign affairs columnist at "wall street journal." about chuck hagel first. it is a quote that sounds familiar to you and you wrote it. before his official nomination, mr. obama may appoint mr. hagel to take a place at the pentagon. as almost score setting matter i almost hope he does. it would confirm a point i made earlier this column earlier this year, that mr. obama is not a friend of israel. >> you could hardly think of another leading cont
america's bills issue was a hostage you might take a chance at shooting. most of us don't think that. what we did learn is this. it's a hostage that's worth ransoming. is that the strategy for the coming fight over the debt ceiling? >> well, first, these last-minute deals are no way to run the government. i can tell you that. we know what the problem is. you're going to have al simpson and erskine bowles on. they have talked about this for a couple of years now. we have a spending problem. you know, we have a debt the size of our economy, which makes us look a lot like greece. this administration has driven spending as a percentage of our economy from 21% up to almost 25%. we've resolved the tax issue now. it's over. it's behind us. we were able to get permanent tax relief for 99% of american taxpayers. and for 500,000 small businesses. so that's behind us. what's left to be dealt with is the spending. and it's a shame that the president doesn't embrace the effort to reduce spending. none of us like using these situations like the sequester or the debt ceiling or the operation of governmen
-old career criminal says most drivers don't read warning signs like this one. >> they don't know the machine is the way to pay, but if you know the machine is okay. >> you feel good about it, justified about it? >> not always. it's an easy way to make money. >> reporter: how much do you make? >> i make it through a day. it's a good deal and rent paid. >> is it lucrative? >> i can make up to thousand dollars a week. >> reporter: he says he has been arrested 30 times. this particular con job is considered a misdemeanor petty theft. he spends little time in jail. he knows he'll be out soon. >> anderson was last arrested saturday at a parking lot. he was in court where he was also charged with violating probation. for that offense, they order in order bail and anderson justifies his crimes saying its really the parking lot operators fault. >> i said you guys wanted to stop it. >> that is one thing that anderson and district attorney agree on. the d.a. says parking operators need to share the responsibility. >> you put attendants or gate and camera. simply posting signs is not enough. >> anderson
and afghanistan don't come to some basic agreement and understanding about the threat of extremism to both countries and both governments and both capitals. i think you're starting to see a greater awareness of that on the part of the pakistani government. [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: the question that you have made about, about we talked about this issue of in detail today, about the prisoners, about the detention centers. all of these will transfer to the afghan sovereignty. in the u.s. forces will pull out from villages. go to the bases. and and afghan sovereignty will be restored. and after 2014. we will working on it, on these relations. this relation will have a different nature. and will have different principles. it will resemble probably, tokyo or germany, we are studying these relationships and we will do that. >> steven collison? >> thank you, mr. president, do you contemplate the end of this war, can you say as commander-in-chief, that the huge human and financial costs this has entailed can be justified, given the fact that the afghanistan that the world will l
dot have the concerns about this plane or the 787 as a whole. >> his fellow passengers don't sound too worried. >> it seems like every airline has problems. and this is a new airplane. i am not bothered by it >> instead there was talk of appreciation for the new service to japan. >> it is a convenience. and i go to san francisco, it is crowded and a lot of people, it is it a hassle. >> another passenger chose the flight because it was the best price. boeing is talking about the advances on board and the faa is talking about the investigation, passengers seem interested in getting a deal and convenience. live in san jose, abc 7 news. >> looking closer now, despite the fanfare, the dreamliner is the subject of a federal review announced a few hours ago after several high profile mishaps . the faa will review the design of the wide body jet and manufacturing down in the boeing dream drome plant in washington and south carolina. it was launched after a battery caught on fire in boston logan airport earlier this week . despite this, federal officials say the dreamliner is safe to fly. >> we
them know also that if they for some reason don't want at&t to do the testing, that the department of public health also does testing and they would just need to call the department of public health and request that. so, either way we're happy to do it and i will make contact with them. >> thank you. >> sorry, commissioners. >> commissioner sugaya? >> thank you. i thought there was something different about it because we haven't used the term wi-fi antennas before. >> exactly. >> it is a different system all together like what we have in our houses in terms of wi-fi bouncing around inside our apartments. >> exactly. if you're an at&t customer and you have a wi-fi in your house, it's very similar, very similar. >> i lost my 4g connection at 900 bush. >> we're working on that. [laughter] >> anyway, so, do you think that this kind of technology will also, then, be -- will be used more and do you know if other carriers are trying to address data issues in a similar fashion? >> you know, i can't speak for other carriers, but i do know that we have a couple of projects going on with wi-f
then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >>> don't blink, because i think i have one of the shortest police chases we've ever shown on this show. let's go to north charleston, south carolina. two crews flashed the blues at that truck and they take off. officers are after the pickup because it's believed to be connected to a counterfeit case. two cruisers after this thing. they hit 90 miles per hour in just 15 seconds. as you can see, busy street, lots of other cars weaving in and out of the lanes. the cruisers hit 100 miles per hour. the chase only lasted a mile and a half. eventually the truck, you almost can't see it. it's way up in the distance. it goes to make a right-hand turn, and when it does, boom, crashes into the pole. the cruiser following was unable to stop fast enough. it crashes in the back. the driver gets out, starts running away. you see another truck from the left-hand side of your screen come dpliing in. that truck was not involved in the chase but maybe was just avoiding the wreck here and trying to get out of th
this utility pole that they both kind of crash into. >> wait a minute. i don't mean to laugh, but the very first thing the guy does is light up a smoke. did you notice that? the driver. boom-crash. click. that wasn't even five seconds after he crashes into a telephone pole, he lights up a smoke and says, well, going to be a long night. >> i actually didn't notice that. >> you can hear the guy's engine, the first guy that runs into the telephone pole, he's trying to power his way out of this spin, but it's just not working. his tires are spinning. throughout the video you do see other kaurs de cars deal wig th conditions. here this suv, a turn, a fishtail before turning off this road on to this side road and kind of just regrouping. >> seems like a tough place. >>> what you're looking at is video from the uk, and this is from a pet shop. the store owner was baby-sitting a baby cat and her kittens. first appear, in the video, a child holding a kitten. the kitten is grabbed from this child, pushing somebody out of the way and seems to be telling her to hand her something. watch what she does.
investigators on the case in search for the truth. >> i don't find them credible. it's been investigated, reinvestigated, investigated again and again and again and no one has ever come up with entirely credible evidence. >> reporter: a new revelation about jacqueline kennedy. that image of her so iconic, kennedy jr. told the audience that after jfk's assassination, his aunt spent the next half of the decade mainly out of the country because she feared how dangerous it was becoming. as for why robert kennedy never voiced these suspicions in public his son said with the civil rights debate sweeping the country at the time raising them would have been a distraction. dan? >> interesting to hear about jackie kennedy. so fascinated with the family. thanks soap. >>> time for a check of the other headlines and for that back to ron. >> hi again dan and bianna, alex, good morning, everyone. >>> in the news new york state declared a flu emergency, latest response to the epidemic and many churches are taking steps to protect members installing hand sanitizers. >>> former president george h.w. bush
covering the hope up to tomorrow night's game. don't confuse the red for being an 'bama fan. >> going with the irish. josh looks happy being on the beach as opposed to in the frigid northeast. a lot of news breaking overnight, and, of course, for that we turn to mr. ron claiborne. >> faris and harris. >>> aurora, colorado, still reeling. four people killed including an armed suspect killed in a shootout with the police s.w.a.t. team. clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: the first shots rang out in the dead of night at 3:00 a.m., a woman came running from this town home telling people three people inside were shot. police told neighbors to stay down. >> six times total we heard firing. >> never been so scared in my life. >> reporter: as officered evacuated the neighborhood a man began shooting hitting a police vehicle. >> we kept persisting on him coming out. >> reporter: hours passed but there was no talking him out. >> he fired upon us a second time, this time shots were returned. the suspect was hit. >> reporter: police killed the suspect and inside found three more bodies, a
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company is testing out a feature that charges users 100-dollars to send direct messages to people they don't know. friend-to-friend messages would still be free. facebook says charging for messages may d >>> sending messages to people you don't know used to be free. facebook is charging for messages may discourage junk mailers. >>> all right, it is 7:12. we've got chilly temperatures. brian, what do we have? >> chilly temperatures. starting out mostly in the 30s with the forecast highs today near 50 degrees. so it won't be too warm today, but beautifully clear as we head out. the numbers this morning with that freeze warning posted for the bay area. the temperatures will get down tonight. it'll be colder tonight, saturday night early sunday morning than what it was last night. and by about 5 degrees, beautiful sunrise for the bay area in the dawn area here. some frost out this morning. oakland with 35 degrees and santa rosa down to 30 degrees. that's how it looks going to the satellite with the big dome of high pressure leading to northwesterly flows. t
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. >> tells me we need a little bit more security as far as, you know, anybody who don't belong on campus should not be on campus. >> i -- i -- i really don't think that this is cause for concern. >> reporter: school district officials downplayed the incident and said the school security plan worked. >> this is an isolated incident and something that we don't believe is widespread by any stretch of the imagination. and again, we have adults on campus that, you know, appropriately responded in this situation like they do in every other circumstance. >> reporter: police say the one suspect who was taken into custody was booked into juvenile hall and they continue to search for the two remaining suspects. reporting live in san jose, len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> a suspected bike thief leads police straight to his stash of stole-bikes, tires and other gear. how one of the theft victims help nab the guy. >> it's sleeping pill that works too well. the effects that linger long after the sun rises. a
. but don't wore if you're not a cold weather person. we are told it's expected to warm back up monday but for the next few days like michelle said, hat, scarves, boots, the works, just to keep warm. live in san rafael, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> it's fun, too. you live in the east bay so you will get a nice look at mount diablo with a little snow on it. >> i actually like the snow, elizabeth. i don't mind it. >> you're a denver girl. you're used to real snow. if we see anything out there in the east bay, i don't think it's going to be a whole lot. 2,000 feet or below could get up to 2" of snow. highway 17 or highway 35, it could be treacherous traveling. in the meantime the majority of the bay area seeing scattered showers, moving into the south bay. it was over saratoga but looks like it's quickly moving out. so once again right now pacifica, millbrae looks okay but our hi-def doppler has been relatively busy this morning tracking those light showers that continue to move inland and will slowly taper off throughout the day. temperatures are on the co
pushes back and says he's only half way through the process, don't judge him so quickly, but if the president's being judged quickly on race and gender issues it may in fact be because he taught people how to do that in his campaign. there was not an issue of race or agenda that the obama campaign didn't jump on when it came to mitt romney and the republicans. so now he's feeling a little of that heat himself. >> so what does he plan to do? >> well the white house officials, first they plan to say wait a minute, his closest and most trusted adviser is an african-american woman he has plenty of women staying in his cabinet along with minorities more women work at the white house than men, so they're basically saying wait a minute that this recent flap that he's involved in is a little overtorqued as they say, but white house officials say wait a minute, there are more appointments to come stay tuned. he's planning to keep the diversity in his cabinet and his office as it was in the first term, but there are more picks to come. >> let me turn to g
need a top rated person. i don't think chuck hagel fits that bill. >> in colorado a week-long preliminary hearing is under way for james holmes the lone gunman in a movie theater last july. >> if i could say something i'd ask him to kill himself because he's a coward. >> a chicago man won $1 million playing the lottery but he died before he got the money. police believe he was throwed. >>> touchdown, touchdown. >> where did the fixes need to come in the second half? >> maybe alabama doesn't come back in the second half. >> touchdown alabama. touchdown bama sabin with his third championship in alabama. you would not let them use the "r" word repeat. >> they repeated it so they can talk about it already. >>> this is a monster calamari. >> a squid in its natural habitat. >>> what was supposed to be a lovely sunset wedding in a hot air balloon ended this way. >> you see that lovely lady that's a.y. mccarron's girlfriend. >> what a beautiful woman. >> whoa! >> a.j.'s doing it right. >> 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. come to america,
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party. >> reporter: you are brave wearing the cheese heads. >> i don'taffeta know, it's a little intimidating. >> reporter: you saw a little heckling, good- natured heckling of the cheeseheads there. we actually saw a couple niner fans give a hug to a dejected packers fan. it's nice to see that. we're still monitoring the traffic as people make their way out, but a big party celebrating that huge niner playoff victory. live in san francisco, eric rasmussen. >> winning makes you charitable, eric. [ laughter ] infred inglis with the highlights. at the candlestick, colin kaepernick and aaron rodgerss and there he is. colin kaepernick. kaepernick after throwing an interception for a touchdown comes right back with a 25-yard touchdown. that is his strength. ties the game at 7. set a single game record for quarterbacks, and threw for 263 yard, tied 14-all when he rifles to michael crabtree. niners led at halftime. niners ran for 320 yards a team and again, kaepernick ran for 111 of them. a 56-yard touchdown, 49ers win the divisional game, 45-31 and it wasn'taffeta that it was not tha
ning i'm dan ashley let's get to sandy with a close watch on what is going on out there. >> if you don't feel the winter chill yet get ready to feel it tonight. already out there temperatures falling. live doppler 7 hd showing you skies are clear right now. and this is where the freeze warnings are going up. very shortly here friday and saturday 2:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. darker purple. all of the north basement its bay interior valley and santa clara valley which includes san jose. mid 2 is to low 30's. freeze damage to crops sensitive plants. bayshore line indicated by the lighter purple under a frost advisory during the same time period. temperatures low to mid 30's want to protect the sensitive plants. bring them in. don't forget about your pechlts i'll be back to show you exactly how cold it's going to get in your neighborhood in a few minutes and look at the weekend forecast. >> thanks very much. >>> see you in a few minutes. >> snow in the sierra means chains required on all vehicle on highway 80 from the foot hills to donner lake. you should also take extra care when d
to that location. they just don't know even if foul play was involved we'll know more with the autopsy. >> series of violent attack on women in san francisco is prompting new warnings about using your cell phone in public. really is become ago growing problem in something we should all pay attention to. last year half of all robbery involved stealing electronic did he advice. thomas has the story tonight from san francisco. >>reporter: this woman bugsing along polk street texting not looking up. inattention like this that san francisco police say make people vulnerable to snatch and grab thieves which is what happened to her co-worker. >> some guy came through the neighborhood walking real fast and just swiped it right out of her hand. >>reporter: she doesn't weren't to be identified said she and the co-worker posted this letter on the shop window. it warns women that cell phone thieves have been active in the area. one theft occurred outside kelly's home near polk and green. >> we heard the girl screaming and called the police and it was pretty scary. >>reporter: those 2 instance os occur
is working now because she rang in the new year without heat. >> i don't want to go through that again. it was pretty cold. >> reporter: she says her hearts go out to people liveable -- living on the streets. such as this 50-year-old. he says his friend died just after christmas in this same camp. >> he just died saturday morning. he has part problems like i did. >> reporter: patrick took us inside his makeshift home where under a blue tarp he watches quintin torentino movies. he was one person benefiting from a blanket give away by a church this evening. among those handing out blankets this 56-year-old church member who himself is homeless. he sleeps in the front seat of his truck where he reads the bible. >> you know for me, i'm very blessed that i have a roof. >> reporter: while his friend sleeps in the cab. >> even with shelter and a blanket it's still cold. you really can't sleep, the cold keeps you up. >> reporter: he told us the worse time is before dawn in the hours between 4:00 and 7:00 a.m. where the coldest hits. maureen naylor, ktvu news. >>> the catholic charity in sant
is, you leave one and start dating another girl? what happened to that? >> i don't understand why kids would do that. >>> and near saltsburg, austria caused the ground to be unstable sparking a number of landslides throughout the country. here's one. this is slowly sliding down the hill pup see trees toppling over one at a time. just like the whole landscape just shifted across the road. >> like it's on wheels almost. >> trees not just snapping, you can seep the entire root system going. the whole ground just slides away. you see the aftermath. like something built a giant bomb in the middle of the field. >> it's a good thought this road will be closed for a while. >> looked to me like they already had the road blocked off, they anticipated this. here's what a geologist had to say. >> a sliding bulk crashing again and again. it was absolutely impossible to send someone in there. >> this wasn't the only landsli landslide. another one took out another family's home. >> i noticed something rumbling and my wife said the voslide ha landed in our terrace now. >> normally you expect a be
opened the door hoskins ran off. >> not safe at all. there is nothing that we can do about it but i don't -- i would rather chai transfer to another hospital. >> now investigators did recover his jail clothing. they say he has relatives in the area. he is a is a accused of a dozen robberies. >> a public memorial is being held after a teen who died. the body was found behind a snow bank. she had attended a music festival and may have tried to walk back to her hotel. the cause of her death is under investigation but the coroner found in sign of foul play. the memorial is at casa grande high school. the family is asking everybody to wear pink which was her favorite color. >> happening now we he are counting down this evening's big playoff game between the 49ers and packers. kickoff is scheduled for just after five. are you taking a live look at the picture outside of candlestick. very quiet. the rv parking lot is about half full right now. a lot of fans are still sleeping at this hour. they will wake up soon in the afternoon. the main parking lots will open around 1:00 p.m. to give f
. the niners say don't pay with cash, pay with credit card and locate the location of seating on a seating chart. >>> a former death row inmate accused of killing his own mother in vallejo told a judge he wants to plead guilty. he was sentenced to death back in 1966 for killing two teenaged girls but that was changed to life in prison when california briefly did away with the death penalty in 1974. stanford was released on parol in 1990 he did not enter a plea in court today. he is expected to be arraigned next friday. >>> a worker at a petaluma garbage facility discovered the body of a man. sheriff's investigators say they don't know if the man's death was foul play or it was accidental. >>> an inmate from the santa rita jail is on the lose tonight. as ktvu's john sasaki reports, the man was able to free himself while he was being transported to a doctors' appointment. >> it's scare -- scary with all the women and children around here. >> reporter: while being transported he was able to free himself. when the deputy opened the door, hopkins ran off into the neighborhood around 14th ave
and kissing is fine too. you're all young, don't need to go all the way. [cheers and applause] (mindy) okay, i haven't broken out mom's saag paneer recipe in a long time, so please be gentle. it's gritty. yes, i think that is the mac and cheese powder i used. i am so happy you're going back to college. i'm also happy that i went to the rap battle. me too. hey, you have to change your name. reazy-peazy, it just has no meaning, and i think that it should be something, i don't know, that reflects more of the people in your life and stuff, like "little bro." no, that's horrible. how about, like, "nice cube"? are you kidding? how about, like, "mc smarty-pants"? [laughing] what? reesh, i don't know about this dinner. i think maybe we should order something good. yeah, i was just gonna play with it. it's not that bad. come on. (man) go to bed. >>> new information tonight, the coast guard says it did issue a warning before this oil tanker sideswiped the bay bridge. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. the coast guard tonight is telling us its initial review of internal communica
to tomorrow night's game. and you know what? don't confuse the red for being a 'bama fan. because i'm not. i'm going for the irish. mid western girl, have to stick to my roots. >> going with the irish. by the way, josh looks pretty happy being on the beach as opposed to the frigid northeast. >>> a lot of news breaking overnight, and, of course, for that we turn to mr. ron claiborne. >> dan and paula, faris and harris, good morning to everyone. >>> we begin with that deadly standoff in aurora, colorado, a town still reeling from that movie massacre. four people killed including an armed suspect killed in a shootout with the police s.w.a.t. team. abc's clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: the first shots rang out in the dead of night. at 3:00 a.m., a woman came running from this town home telling police three people inside were shot. police told neighbors to stay down. >> six times total we heard firing. >> never been so scared in my life. >> reporter: as officers evacuated the neighborhood, a man inside began shooting hitting a police s.w.a.t. vehicle. >> we kept persisting on him comi
that before. we don't know what that is like. >> never been in that >> never a jam either. >>> good morning to you. looking good out there 11:09, taking a live look at the trans america pyramid. beautiful, clear sky, wasn't the case just one hour ago, completely socked in with fog. a good-looking day shaping up, right to your temperatures, mostly upper 40s, low 50s, except for livermore, you are in the low 40s, you hold onto that fog about 15 minutes ago, visibility there dramatically improving as we speak. temps in the low 60s a little bit of fog and drizzle on the way for tomorrow but we are also going to peak in terms of warmth. you will get outside tomorrow without having to dodge showers. temperatures climb to the mid-60s. the latter portion of the week, things change, temperatures tumble, showers on the way this weekend. lots to talk about for the 7-day forecast, but the good news is the start of the week today and tomorrow, looking good. >> we will check for that. thank you very much. >>> it is official, the lockout is over, hockey is back, not exactly sure went sharks and the 2013 s
times. then banta charged toward the officers with the knife in his hand. >> officers don't shoot and kill anyone. they don't shoot anyone unless they're absolutely forced to do that and in this particular case, they were. >> the chief says toxicology reports are pending. banta had no criminal record. the officers are on full duty. >>> state superintendent of public instruction is expected to unveil a any system today for standardized testing in california schools. last year, the state legislature gave tom torlickson the task of revamping student achievement tests which gauge progress in english, arts and math. new testing is expected to include critical thinking and problem solving skills to comply with the new national guidelines known as common core. >> and getting a bit of a makeover. >>> should be a nice day but the fog is thing in the east bay valleys visibilities down to a quart mile and there's a dense fog advisory up there this morning in through concord, livermore. watch out, we have thick fog early on today. and it's going to take s
's such a stigma about mental illness and mental illness treatment in our country because we don't talk about it and if that young man had cancer his parents wouldn't have been reluctant to take him to the doctor to be treated. it's an illness just like anything else. we need to talk about substance abuse. woman in camden decapitated her infant child and killed herself high on crack. in new jersey what we've done is mandatory drug treatment, first time drug offenders we sentence to you one year of in-patient drug treatment facility that was my program last summer we signed in, and lastly the violence in the video games. i don't allow "call of duty" in my home. we have to talk about all of it as parents, and i think we need to do things in all four of the categories. >> you say talk about it. why didn't you mention it in your address last night? >> you pick what you want to talk about and after we've been through hurricane sandy i thought that should be the focus of what we discussed yesterday as a state, where we've been and where we're headed to get everybody back on t
are lean, even who don't go to the gym, move about two and a quarter hours more a day than people with obesity. somehow those individuals are finding the opportunity to walk to the trash can, walk down to accounting, to go to the bathroom or whatever, to the coffee shop, whatever it may be. >> reporter: to do his studies, levine needed a way to get an accurate measurement. he designed special tracking gear with sensors attached. the readouts are his ekg of how much a person moves and with how much exertion. >> today is the day i get my magic underpants. >> reporter: so we decided to try it out, and gave him three human guinea pigs, including me. >> the good thing is my job requires movement and spa spontaneity. >> i am up and down a lot. >> reporter: but "today" show producer joanne lemarka worries about the time she spends at her desk. >> we talk in the office about how much we sit and what is that doing to the span of our life, so it concerned me. >> well, it starts early. the restaurant opens early and it's go, go, go. >> reporter: a restaurant manager is constantly on her feet
and the answer i come up with it no. >>> a lot of people like to bad mouth our state, but don't look now, california is steaming toward a budget surplus and may be for the foreseeable future governor brown released his budget complete with an $851 million surplus. the last time we heard that ... schools are the big winner, they'll get an extra $3 billion. medical gets 300 million and a billion goes into the rainy day fund. brown says the key now is to hold the line on spending. >> what is compassionate, what is good for the state of california, and what we can maintain over time instead of just enjoying the momentary high and then having to hang over it many years later. >>> there is a little bit of low. california has a mountain of debt to pay back after borrowing during those down years. >>> meanwhile, someone didn't do a very good job estimating the cost of security cameras for the new bay bridge. the chp says it will cost $32 million. that's a little bit more than the original estimate of $8 million. the bridge is a potential terrorist target so it needs a state of the art security s
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